Whitney Port Says 'Why Not?' to a Hills Movie

08/12/2011 at 04:30 PM EDT

The Hills Movie -- Whitney Port Says She'd Join the Cast
Whitney Port (left) and Audrina Patridge
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If and when a Hills movie becomes a reality, there's one star who wouldn't mind joining Audrina Patridge on the silver screen: Whitney Port.

"Yeah, I think so," said Port when asked whether or not she'd be willing to reprise her role in a film version of the hit MTV series. "Why not? Sure!"

The budding fashion designer predicts the Hills movie would reunite the cast to highlight the changes in their lives since the series wrapped last year after six seasons.

"I think it would be cool," Port, 26, told PEOPLE while volunteering at the To Write Love On Her Arms booth at Vans Warped Tour in Los Angeles. "It would be cool!"



But if a Hills movie really is in the works, the cast hasn't been approached yet.

"I don't know that there's anything actually happening," she says, admitting she was surprised by Patridge's comments about the proposed project in an interview with Ryan Seacrest last week. "I didn't know what she was talking about."

As far as Port knows, the Hills movie remains the fantasy of the series' producer, Adam DiVello.

"I know that [DiVello] once mentioned that that would be a goal of his" to make a movie version, says Port. "I haven’t heard anything, but I know that it’s something our producer wanted to do."

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